Browsing by Author "Gallart Escolà, Dani"
Gallart Escolà, Dani (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2015-06)
Open AccessIon cyclotron resonance frequency heating (ICRH) is one of the most important mechanisms to heat fusion plasma. The magnetic field generated by the magnetic coils forces ions to follow a cyclotron trajectory around the ...
Gallart Escolà, Dani (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2019-09-27)
Open AccessHeating plasmas to a relevant fusion temperature is one of the key aspects of magnetically confined fusion plasmas. Radio frequency (RF) heating with electromagnetic waves in the ion cyclotron range of frequencies (ICRF) ...
Effect of inclusion of pitch-angle dependence on a simplified model of RF deposition in tokamak plasma Taylor, David; Mantsinen, Mervi J.; Gallart Escolà, Dani; Manyer Fuertes, Jordi; Sirén, P.; JET Contributors (IOP Publishing, 2022-04)
Open AccessUsing the PION ICRH modelling code and comparisons against JET tokamak experiments, the effect of including pitch angle dependence within the RF diffusion operator on the fast ion particle distribution functions is quantified. ...
The power threshold of H-mode access in mixed hydrogen–tritium and pure tritium plasmas at JET with ITER-like wall Birkenmeier, Gregor; Solano, Emilia R; Lerche, E.; Taylor, David; Gallart Escolà, Dani; Mantsinen, Mervi (IOP Publishing, 2022-05-24)
Open AccessThe heating power to access the high confinement mode (H-mode), PLH, scales approximately inversely with the isotope mass of the main ion plasma species as found in (protonic) hydrogen, deuterium and tritium plasmas in ...
The role of isotope mass and transport for H-mode access in tritium containing plasmas at JET with ITER-like wall Birkenmeier, Gregor; Solano, Emilia R; Carvalho, Ivo; Hillesheim, J C; Delabie, E; Gallart Escolà, Dani; Mantsinen, Mervi (IOP Publishing, 2023)
Open AccessThe required heating power, , to access the high confinement regime (H-mode) in tritium containing plasmas is investigated in JET with ITER-like wall at a toroidal magnetic field of T and a plasma current of MA. , also ...